on 21st Oct 2016
I had a particular reason for choosing this cruise - my son was a singer/guitarist as part of a duo - in his third contract. from the moment we stepped on board we had an amazing time. we were overawed by the splendour...
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on 27th Jun 2016
By Akinbiyi, London
The black crab restaurant, because the service was really good the staff were very polite and pleasant. the cabin spacious was enough for both us and clean. the cleaners was very polite and friendly. the excursions was...
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on 11th Jul 2012
By Hughes, Stocksfield
This was our first msc cruise. check in was more efficient than our other cruises. divina is stunning, even more than qm2 our last cruise. yes the food is italian in style - this is an italian ship !! the crew were...
19780 Views, 169 likes, 40 Comments
on 30th Dec 2012
By Wallis, Eastbourne
Having lost £700 on four deposits on cruise and maritime marco polo as i was enticed by the balcony deal with drinks package on msc divina i was hoping for a good cruise. i knew exactly what i was letting myself in...
13062 Views, 104 likes, 33 Comments
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